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A 51-YEAR-old former nurse and disability support worker was the fittest and top of her graduating class at Joondalup Police Academy this morning.
THE City of Joondalup says it is unclear what caused the chlorine incident at Craigie Leisure Centre this morning in which eight people were taken to hospital with breathing difficulties. more »
TUESDAY’S Wanneroo City Council decision to keep the Madeley fig trees is a hollow victory, say residents who petitioned against their removal. more »
THERE’S no rest for Quinns Rocks para-swimming champion Kat Downie. more »
FORTY years since playing its first games, Yanchep Netball Club has grown nearly three-fold. more »
WEST Perth did no favours to its already perilous finals chances in a 25-point loss to Subiaco in Saturday’s WAFL clash at Arena Joondalup. more »
RUSSEL Perry has a passion for the balance between process and outcomes.
HOONS put road users at risk and their behaviour is regular cause for complaint to police.
FOUR more stores and a food outlet will open at Ocean Keys shopping centre this month. more »
A YANCHEP developer wants to start another business network in the area. more »
A YANCHEP business network will hold its last event next Wednesday. more »
YOU recently published a letter from another of your readers concerning the amount of litter in their suburb and surrounding areas. more »
IN the late 1980s, I went on a mystery trip with a local cycling club. more »
NOT all train stations are disability friendly. more »
CARRAMAR businessman Jamie Luxton is a two-year veteran of a gruelling 220km cycle ride around WA to raise funds for cancer research. more »
GIVING up the drink to support adults living with cancer was a no-brainer for Mike Blair whose mother recently beat the disease. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
THE Telstra Perth Fashion Festival announced its 2014 festival calendar at its new home, the Perth Concert Hall, this morning. more »
PETER Byrne grew up in Dublin surrounded by music from the likes of Neil Diamond and Frank Sinatra, thanks to his father’s constant rotation of records. more »
WORKING as a backing singer during the 80s meant Carol Pemberton knew a lot about making three-part harmonies, but she did not get the opportunity to sing many words. more »
IT is a rare occurrence for a journalist to conduct an interview where they know more about the impending theatre season than the performer, but that was the exact scenario when speaking to Fremantle actor Sam Longley. more »
TRYING to get a laugh out of his fellow performers on stage, as well as the audience, is all in a day’s work for Mount Claremont actor, director and playwright Damon Lockwood. more »
DIRECTOR Shira Geffen’s return to the big screen after 2007 Cannes Camera d’Or-winner Jellyfish starts with a jolt, as Jerusalem artist Michal Kayam (Sarah Adler) falls out of her broken bed in the opening scene of Self Made. more »
THE Hundred-Foot Journey promises to be a rich adventure into food, passion and life – and mostly delivers. more »
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New Baldivis Library
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Council votes to retain trees
Country model for policing
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